- SPÖ: 14
- ÖVP: 5
Enzenreith is a municipality with 1908 inhabitants (as of 1 January 2013 ) in the district of Neunkirchen in Lower Austria.
- 3.1 Demographics
- 3.2 Religion
Enzenreith located in the industrial district, 420 meters above sea level in Schwarzatal in Southern Lower Austria, south-east of Gloggnitz. The area of the municipality covers 9.19 square kilometers. 44.75 percent of the area is forested.
The municipality comprises the following six towns (population - as of 31 October 2011):
- Enzenreith ( 774)
- Hart ( 296 )
- Hilzmannsdorf (49)
- Köttlach (365 )
- Thürmannsdorf (21)
- Worth (383)
Katastralgemeinden are Enzenreith, hard, Hilzmannsdorf, Köttlach, Thürmannsdorf and Wörth.
In ancient times, the area was part of the province of Noricum. In the core Austrian state of Lower Austria lying the place informed the eventful history of Austria.
On January 1, 1968, the community was incorporated Köttlach to Enzenreith, January 1, 1970 was followed by the municipality Thürmannsdorf.
According to the data of the 2001 census, 75.0 % of the population Roman Catholic, 5.9% are Protestant. 1.8% are Muslim, 0.4% are members of Orthodox Churches. 15.4% of the population has no religious affiliation.
Mayor of the municipality is Franz Antoni, chief officer Johann Bauer.
In the council, there are a total of 19 seats after the municipal elections of 14 March 2010, the following distribution of seats: 14 SPÖ, ÖVP 5 list, no other seats.
Culture and sights
- Mining and Heritage Museum ( award northeast Museum Tiger)
In the district of Hart was a coal deposit that of the AG Hard coal mines (located in Vienna) was exploited. After this village, also the Mineral Hartit is named.
Economy and infrastructure
Non-agricultural workplaces, there were 58 in 2001, agricultural and forestry holdings according to the 1999 survey 28 The number of persons employed at the residence was according to the 2001 census 832 The employment rate in 2001 was 44.84 percent.
The community is home to the football team, founded in 2006 hobby " Leini 's hosts shepherd", which is present at various amateur tournaments. Main sponsor of the team is the local village inn.
- The Germanic- Slavic- Magyar Köttlacher culture is named after a cemetery in Köttlach.
- Enzenreith was a film location for the 2009 film The Bone Man is published, an adaptation of the novel by Wolf Haas.